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    how would the auslogics disk defrag compare to the diskeeper defrag???

    also i noticed that auslogics has a registery defrag.... is there any risk with running this program as its involves the registry files????

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    Default Re: diskeeper and auslogics

    Which is better?
    Er..my answer would be obvious
    You can compare the features of the various Diskeeper editions against the standard Windows defragmenter for more information. The comparison chart is available at our website. Also, please feel free to download the 30 day free trial versions from the site to evaluate for yourself whether Diskeeper 2008 meets your specific requirements


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    Default Re: diskeeper and auslogics

    I think the above poster may be a bit biased
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    Default Re: diskeeper and auslogics

    i was a die hard Auslogics fan until i recently tried out JkDefrag. I dumped Auslogics and solely use JkDefrag on all machines now

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    Default Re: diskeeper and auslogics

    also i noticed that auslogics has a registery defrag.... is there any risk with running this program as its involves the registry files????
    any answers to this question????

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    Default Re: diskeeper and auslogics

    I would stay away from registry defrag, sounds like a cool thing to do, same thing with pagefile defrag - i leave theses to windows to handle itself. Just personal preference

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    Default Re: diskeeper and auslogics

    Quote Originally Posted by shave100 View Post
    also i noticed that auslogics has a registery defrag.... is there any risk with running this program as its involves the registry files????
    I haven't encountered any problem since using it for the past three months. You can always create a restore point before using it
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